Take your warm up and mobility training to the next level with The Powerloop. The perfect tool for scapular retraction on the bench press and other upper body movements.
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The Powerloop is the most versatile warm up and mobility training tool on the market.
The Powerloop’s primary purpose is for scapular retraction on the bench press. The Powerloop will help stabilize the shoulder joint which could help to prevent injury and help to emphasize the proper muscles that should be utilized for the bench press (primarily the pecs, anterior delts, and triceps). It could also allow for better recruitment of the latissimus dorsi (the lats)
- Find the right spacing. Place the Powerloop around your wrists, pull it until taught, then place your grip as wide as comfortable while benching
(there are 3 settings for each Powerloop: close, mid and wide).
The Powerloop can also help utilize scapular retraction by placing it around your wrists or knees, pulling it taught, grabbing the bar or handle of the exercise being performed and then performing other exercises such:
- Shoulder press
- Wide grip pulldowns
- Wide grip rows
- Any exercise in which a wide grip is used
The Powerloop could also be used entirely on its own to perform exercises to help with shoulder mobility:
- Shoulder dislocations
- Wall crawls
The Powerloop can also be used to help force the knees out while squatting as well as for mobility warm ups:
- Walking Hip Abduction
- Hip Adduction
- Hip Abduction
There are no other products on the market specifically for this purpose.
There are two versions of the Powerloop:
Version 1.0 – Version 1.0 is ideal for those who bench with a wide grip using the middle and outside grips. It has:
- 4 segments of 8 inches each with 3 different potential grips beginning at these measurements (prior to stretching):
- Narrow- 16 inches apart
- Mid- 24 inches apart
- Wide- 32 inches apart
Version 2.0 - Version 2.0 is ideal for those who bench with a narrow grip using the 2 inside grips. It has:
- 4 segments (the two on the outside are 6 inches each and the two on the inside are 10 inches each) with 3 different potential grips beginning at these measurements (prior to stretching):
- Narrow- 20 inches apart
- Mid- 26 inches apart
- Wide- 32 inches apart
The Powerloop has Velcro included so that the portions of it that are not in use will not be in the way.
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